Crafted using traditional Japanese techniques known for warming hands.
Kagawa Prefecture, Japan's leading glove-producing region. While Kagawa is famous for its udon noodles, it's also known as a prominent glove-producing area, with a history dating back to the early Meiji period. Even now, more than a century later, glove-making continues to be a cornerstone of the local industry.
Kagawa Prefecture, renowned as the leading glove-producing region in Japan, boasting the highest production volume.
While Kagawa Prefecture is famous for its udon noodles, it's also known as a prominent glove-producing region. Kagawa's glove industry holds a remarkable 90% share of the domestic market.
Enveloped in soothing warmth with chamomile and capsaicin.
By infusing natural chamomile and capsaicin (chili pepper) components into the threads during the dyeing process, the material provides warmth from the neck area and beyond. The presence of slits allows for easy wearing. The absence of knots results in a clean and streamlined appearance at the chest.